Snyder Touts Michigan's Economy In Face Of 'Challenges'"The reports of my demise are greatly overblown," Snyder said.
Michigan's Economy Keeps Rolling Along; 126,000 New Jobs In Next Two YearsThe Michigan economy has grown every year since it bottomed out six years ago, and the next two years will be no different, according to University of Michigan economists.
Research: Expect Almost 5 Million Jobs In Growing US EconomyResearchers expect the national economy will add 4.7 million jobs over the next two years.
Low-Income Tax Credit, Pure Michigan Funding To Disappear Should Committee In State House Have WayAbout $100 million that had been earmarked for economic development could be transferred to funds to pave potholes.
Snyder, Lawmakers Reach Deal On Budget FrameworkIt is the fifth straight year the state will transfer general fund money to the road budget.
Forecast: Michigan Revenues Up $365M Over Previous EstimatesThat was positive news for Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and legislators, months after they had to address a $410 million shortfall in the current budget.
Snyder Plans Shakeup To Help Poor, Urges Tax Hike For RoadsGov. Rick Snyder announced plans Tuesday to "dramatically" restructure state government to help the poor enter society's mainstream ...
State Of The Union Expected To Set Tone For 2016 ElectionsPresident Obama is also expected to call for increasing taxes on the wealthy and expanding paid leave for workers
What Michigan Gas Tax Hike Could Cost At PumpA typical Michigan driver would initially pay roughly $4.60 more a month in state gasoline taxes under a gradual tax increase proposed to boost funding for road repairs.
Detroit To Get Grant For Industrial Corridor Plan A $600,000 federal grant has been given to Detroit to help the city develop a plan to revitalize its largest industrial corridor.
Snyder, Schauer At Odds Over Economy, JobsThe economy, and voters' feelings about it, is sure to be a factor on Election Day Nov 4. Snyder hopes it's the determining factor.
Study: Restoring Grand River Could Boost Grand Rapids Economy Grand Valley State University economist Paul Isely says riverfront real estate development could make the effect even greater.